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How Does It Work?
Real estate agents in AL, AR, GA, MS & TN, who no longer want to list or sell property, but wish to maintain an active
license in order to make referrals and earn referral income can place their license with RCI. Referral center agents have
to fulfill all requirements of an active license for education and renewal fees, but otherwise reduce the expenses of
being an agent.
Requirements to Hold License with RCI
- Pay annual RCI fee
- Maintain active real estate license (including continuing education)
Transfer Your License to RCI
Complete Paperwork to Join
- Fill out state form to transfer your license to RCI.
- Get the form signed by your current broker.
- Send form with payment to RCI. We will send to the state.
When you transfer to RCI, you are terminated from your current
brokerage. You will no longer pay monthly fees for your current
broker, board or mls. Transfer fees vary by state. Typically $0-$50.
Pay the Annual Fee
$125 Annual Fee for RCI (includes E&O).
Please do not renew your current E&O, as our policy is strictly for referral agents and we do not accept other policies.
You are required to maintain your active real estate license and
pay the appropriate fees to the state. Typically license renewals
are every 1-4 years and $60-$200 depending on the state.
Complete a copy of RCI's referral agreement for each referral.
Refer a client to any agent of your choice.
Using the RCI Referral Agreement request a minimum of
a 25% referral fee upon completion of the transaction. At RCI we
can help you find an agent to refer business to, if you do not have
one in mind for the needed location.
Receive referral income, after a transaction closes.
When the transaction is complete, the brokerage
accepting the referral will send the referral
fee check along with the closing document
to RCI. When RCI receives the payment, a check for
70% will be mailed to the RCI agent.